Tree In Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... food was unmemorable, that breakfast was definitely one of the highlights of this trip.
I arrived at the airport just before 10 am for my noon flight. When I went to check in with Garuda Airlines the woman at the counter asked me if I would be getting a visa on arrival (VOA). I said yes. She then said..."you don't have a blank page in your passport". I responded that yes, indeed I did. I had a few. She pointed out that two of them ...
... taking a selfie or any picture but please beware that you are not allowed to take photographs on the 4th floor Sacred Light Hall that houses the Sacred Buddha Tooth Relic Chambers. The temple and museum is open from 7am to 7pm daily and has many levels with the Nagapuspa Buddhist Culture Museum on the 3rd floor and a beautiful serene roof top terrace so take your time to explore and enrich your minds. ...
... and then headed along the riverside promenade toward Boat Quay. Kept on walking and decided we would have lunch at CLarke Quay. When we arrived at Clarke Quay there was very little open so we settled for a Mexican restaurant for lunch. After lunch we decided to make use of our free boat trip and got on a bum boat for a cruise into Marina bay. I deceided i would sit outside at the back of the boat even though it was starting to drizzle a little, ...
... South India Cuisine to have our lunch. Where they sell vegetarian briyani, chappati, dosai, poori, naan, paratto and many many more!
All these restaurants are mostly ethic restaurants where they sell Indian food that are specialized in their own culture. So we decided to ordered paratto and dosai for our lunch and when the food came at our table the aroma of the curry smells so nice and it look appetizing too! So ...
... and the staff were friendly . Most importantly, We can enjoyed eating middle eastern food which is very affordable at a cost of less than a $100 total.
We concluded that Malay Heritage Centres and surrounding areas are places worth a visit ...